Towards better interdisciplinary science: Learnings from COLING 2018
TR-2021-208, Authors:Leon Derczynski, IT University of Copenhagen, Denmark. email@example.com, Emily M. Bender, University of Washington, USA. firstname.lastname@example.org
Leon Derczynski, IT University of Copenhagen, Denmark. email@example.com
Emily M. Bender, University of Washington, USA. firstname.lastname@example.org
In our role as program committee co-chairs for COLING 2018, we tried out several innovations in the process of creating the conference program, with the following goals: (1) creating a program
of high quality papers which represent diverse approaches to and applications of computational linguistics written and presented by researchers from throughout our international community; (2) facilitating thoughtful reviewing which is both informative to area chairs (and PC co-chairs) and helpful to authors; and (3) ensuring that the results published at COLING 2018 are as reproducible as
possible. This short paper outlines the innovations and reflects on the ways in which they helped (or didn’t) to achieve those goals.
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